When you’re launching a small business in Los Angeles or want to grow your customer base anywhere in the world, you need a guide with experience and inspiration. Finding a coach who’s been in your shoes will give you the support you need to reach those goals. To get the “cheat codes” to rapid success, Amanda Benson-Tilch, host of The Ask Amanda Show, talked with Elias Scarr, an entrepreneur who turned his years of experience in sales into a coaching business called Sell It Like Scarr.
MEET THE EXPERTS -Elias Scarr – Sales Coach/Communications Expert With more than 25 years of experience in sales and customer service, Elias Scarr launched his own coaching business, Sell It Like Scarr, teaching entrepreneurs, managers, and their teams how to sell with confidence and sincerity. His primary focus is empowering people with the communication skills they need to earn the income and influence they deserve. Elias has learned how to see through customers’ eyes, allowing him to bring a fresh perspective and actionable plans to the table for businesses through a mix of easy-to-use implement strategies, simple systems, and techniques backed by empathy and tough love. He’s coached for Perform Better, Perform Better Brazil, IHRSA, Results University, and the NSCA. He has an “abundance mindset” and answers every Direct Message he receives. His website is Sellitlikescarr.com. Keep up with Elias on Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn.
Amanda Benson-Tilch – Small Business Consulting While you may notice her first by her wit and second by her infectious sense of humor, the next thing you’ll learn about Amanda Benson-Tilch is: She’s a problem-solver. Owner and Growth Strategist of Ask Amanda Consulting, she offers the skills, tools, and network it takes to get the job done — no matter the task. Working with each client differently, she helps identify blocks, present solutions, implement them, and execute. And if she can’t execute, she’ll connect you to someone who can. She’s helped past clients improve their branding, operations, customer service, marketing, company culture, and more. She’s organized a company-wide rebranding and restructurin